Kingwood Service Association to temporarily close disc golf course
The Kingwood Service Association's disc golf course will be temporarily closed while the committee assesses realignment of three fairways, ways of improving long-term maintenance and removing dead trees. According to a press release, the KSA committee voted in October to relocate fairways 4, 5 and 6, and on Thursday, Nov. 1 it voted to temporarily close the course. "This will give us a chance to evaluate alternatives, formulate a plan for renovation and approve funding for changes," Dick McGucken, chairman of KSA's park committee, said in the release. In addition to relocating fairways, many dead trees that resulted from last year's drought will be removed. "A lot of residents love this course," McGucken said in the press release. "We don't want to close it, but we do want to improve it." The committee plans to reopen it as soon as possible, and asks that residents respect all signs and refrain from using the course until improvements are complete. Changes could take a couple of months, but there is no firm date for re-opening. Community associations in Kingwood will be able to give feedback once the new plans that are approved and funded.
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